In today’s fast-paced, manufacturing world, factory managers are seeking more than just a well-supported robotic palletiser. They are increasingly looking for a completely automated solution, connecting upstream packing operations with automated downstream palletising systems.
This includes the integration of innovative ERP technology and customised production-to-palletising conveyorised systems that optimise factory and warehouse logistics footprints.
At Endoline Robotics, we recognise the evolving demands of the market and, over the years, have successfully realigned our offering to meet these expectations.
The role of robotics and automation within manufacturing has grown significantly in recent years.
While previously viewed as a slow adopter of robotics and automation manufacturers, particularly within the food sector, have turned this around and the figures speak for themselves. Last year the British Automation & Robot Association (BARA) reported that the sale of individual robots sold to UK Food & Drink manufacturers grew by 35% in 2020 compared to 2019, with a further growth of 21% recorded in 2021.
Faced with a decreasing pool of manual workers, coupled with a drive for greater efficiency, higher productivity, and increased profitability, manufacturers have recognised the benefits robotic and automation adoption can yield.
Consequently, the smart factory of today is a leap forward from the more traditional factories of the past. Customers are seeking fully connected, flexible systems that utilise a constant stream of data from connected operations and production systems which enables them to learn and adapt to new demands.
A significant advantage of a connected system is its ability to anticipate any upstream or downstream issues and rectify them before downtime impacts production. This leads to increased productivity and less time, money, and effort spent on maintenance.
Endoline Robotics recognises these evolving demands and is committed to providing customised robotic solutions which either incorporated into existing manufacturing lines, without disrupting production, or developed into a fully automated production line with all components seamlessly integrated.
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